Educational Resources for Teaching Petrology
This collection of internet resources is intended to help faculty in teaching or designing petrology courses. Many of the resources are lecture notes or PowerPoint presentations that are illustrated with useful diagrams, graphs and figures. There are also course syllabi, petrology projects, and on-line galleries of photomicrographs.
Suggest a URL of an internet resource for this collection. These links may not necessarily have instructional activities associated with them, but they could support teaching of igneous and metamorphic petrology. Examples may include links to government agencies, professional societies, institutions, and include images, maps, databases, tools and reports.
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Solid Earth Processes
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Visible Earth part of SERC Web Resource Collection
How volcanic eruptions cause tsunamis part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University part of SERC Web Resource Collection
PETDB: Petrological Database of the Ocean Floor part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Earth Science World ImageBank part of SERC Web Resource Collection
EarthRef: Website for Physical and Chemical Earth References part of SERC Web Resource Collection
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration's Operational Significant Event Imagery part of SERC Web Resource Collection
Geology and America's National Park Areas part of SERC Print Resource Collection
This book serves as an introduction to the geology of National Parks and park systems in the United States. An array of photographs, maps, stratigraphic columns, charts, illustrations, and graphs are ...
From ODP to CPR; using Ocean Drilling Program data in calibrated peer review assignments part of SERC Print Resource Collection
In the past two decades an enormous amount of data has been accumulated by the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP). Much of ODP's data are accessible on ODP's webpage (http://www-odp.tamu.edu), including ...